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The Marietta Daily Leader.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1901.
For City, Board of Education and Township
Tho Republicans of the City of Mar
ietta are hereby notified that a conven
tion of tho qualified doctors of tho
Republican party tvIII bo held at Hagan
& Sohad's Hall, on Third street. In said
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 19TH, 1901,
At seven (7) o:lock, P. M for tho
purpose of placing In nomination can
didates for the follownjr offices:
One City Marshal.
Ono City Commissioner.
One Water Works Trustee.
One Cemetery Trustee.
Said convention shall be composed of
dolegates to be chosen at primary elec
tions held in each ward of saldi city
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 1GTH. 1901.
Between tho hours of five o'clock P.
M., and seven o'clock. P. M. The ap
portionment of said delegates shall bo
ono delegate for each twenty-five vote'
or fraction of thirteen votes cast at
the next preceding election for the Re
publican, candidate for Mayor. The
nunVber of delegates shall be:
First Ward 6
Second Word 9
Third Ward 15
Fourth Ward 12
Fifth Ward C
Sixth Ward 6
Nominations for tho various offices
shall be made in the order given above
and a majority of all the votes cast
Bhall bo necessary to nominate any
The Republican electors of tho sev
eral iwards are further notified that at
the same time and places at which thf
delegates are chosen to said conven
tion, ono candidate for Member of the
City Council and one candidate fo
Assessor are also to be chosen for each
Ward respectively, and tho names of
such candidates shall be certified to
said convention with the credentials of
the delegates thereto, and also certi
fied to the Board of Deputy State Su
pervisors of Elections.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
At the same time and place said con
vention will proceed to nominate
Two candidates for the Marietta City
Board of Education for the full term,
One candidate for the Marietta City
Board of Education for the short term.
In the nomination of candidates for
tho Board1 of Education that portion
of the-School District lying outside of
the city limits 6hall be entitled to re
presentation by delegates as follows:
Harmar Precinct 2
FultowburK Precinct 1
Little Muskingum Precinct 1
And notice Is hereby given to the Re
publican voters of said precincts who
are entitled to vote for members of the
Board of Education to select said dele
gates sit the same time as that pre
scribed for the selection of delesates in
the several wards of the city.
By authority of Republican Commit
tee. HENRY R. CHERRY.
WILLIAM R. RONEY.
B. J BLAIR.
WALTER H SMITH,
R. G. PUTNAM.
J. B. McCLURE.
FOR TOWNSHIP OFFICERS.
The qualified Republican v'oters of
the Wards and 'Precincts of Marietta
Township ore further notified that at
the same time and nlace a3 the city
convention ordered as above, candi
dates will be placed In nomination for
Township Offices, as follows:
One Township Trustpe.
One TownshlD Treasurer.
One Justice of the Peace.
For the wards of Marietta City tho
delegates chosen to the city convention
shall be the delegates for the nomina
tion of townshiD officers.
In the precincts Ivlng outside the
City of Marietta the representation
shall be one delegate for each twenty
five votes or fraction of thirteen cas
for President McKInley at the last pre
ceding election. Under this ratio tho
Bald precincts will be entitled to tho
following number of delegates:
Little Muskingum Precinct
By order of Republican Committee
E. K BROWN. Chairman.
S. A. SEIPEL, Secretary.
flf the Country Will Probably Form
By Associated Press.
Columbus, Ohio, Feb. 9. O. C
ber, President of the Diamond Match
Company, Is at work on a bchemo to
combine all Independent cereal mills of
the country, and It is said that nego
tiations 'have already proceeded far en
ough to assure the success of the ven
ture. The new combination would be a for
midable competitor of the American'
Cereal Cemoany. The Akron Cereal
Company, whose plant is one
lagest In the country, will be
Acknowledges His Appreciation of American
By Associated PrcsR
Washington, D. C.,Feb. 9. Tho Brit
ish Amljiss'dor called at tho White
House today and presented to the Pres
ident an acknowledgement from King
Edwurd of his appreciation of the
Presidents courtesy in attcndlnz me
morial services here and the feeling
of sympathy of tho people of the Unit
rtie Real Celery Medicine.
Indigestion, unci alt Btcrnncli. liver nm'
towel discuses. It Is a Celery tonic. -fi
I'd like to have been at tho wedding,
Tha 'brilliant and beautiful scene;
I'd like to have ribboned the carriage,
And shied an old shoe at the queen.
"I wonder ihow lone 'Unleavened
Bread' will hold the stage?"
"Just as long as there Is plenty of
dough in the box office.
"Jim, the bartender, must be going
out of business.'
"What makes you think so?"
"He's Just gone and married a wom
an with a hatchet face."
"I'd wager something handsome that
King 'Edward's late mail wasn't all
"What was it then?"
"Probably two 'plase remits' for ev
"They are going to try Crazy Snake
"Poh! They might as well try a ci
gar store Indl'pn for lese majeste!"
"It look as if Edward Markhrm can't
write good poetry among these effete
eastern surrounding. None of his late
poem3 comes up to the 'Hop.' "
"Case of 'Westward Hoe,' eh?"
"Don't pick a quarrel with him.
He's a bad man as -ft ell as a Senator.
He'd as soon fight as eat."
"DM he ever fight anybody?"
"Not exactly. But he slapped a
young woman real hard only a day or
"Now, Zeklel. there's another thing.
You know how susceptible you oef
Well, if you should happen to see a
woman in one of them big Noo York
Hotels a-lookln' at you purty sharp,
don't you get it into your head that
she's struck on ye. '
"Why not, dad?"
" 'Cause, Iv'e Just been readin' here
that evpry one o' them hotels is now
engagln' female detectives."
"Yes," he said as he deposited the
tough looking fowl on the kitchen
table, "I won that turkey in a saloon
The l"dy of the house looked at the
unpretentious bird and coldly sniffed.
"Yes," she said, "It looks to me ex
actly like one of those turkeys that
you have to carve with a hatchet!"
Prosperity speaks for itself.
A poet is a poor fellow who builds
air castles and tries to rent them.
The best kind of modesty can not be
Some lawyers practice mostly at the
bar of the s'loon.
A man has a rlcht to own opinions,
provided they are copyrighted.
Some people know how to come out
of the k'nks while others have to be
A cozy corner Is one In which man
h able to fix himself for life.
Reputation is for a day. Character
is for all time.
You can not show the world just how
to run a newspaper by running the
While exercising your body do not
persistently refute to exercise your
Emperor William no longer has any
right to feel uppity when his undo Al
bert Edward comes about.
There aie many miseducated people
who prefer to buy on credit even when
they have cash.
As some West Pointers see it, one
right to haze 1s one of the inalienable
rights of a hero.
Tho man who puts himself Ira the
hands of hlj friends must expect to be
worked as dough.
You can not afford to be generous
with money which you owe to some
Pathfinder Lodge No. 69.
Pathfinder Lodge No. C9 will hold
their regular meeting next Mondayeve
ning. There will bo quite a program
discussed fpr tiie good of the order and
a eood attendance of the members Is
requested to be present.
The beauty thief has come to stay,
Unless you drive tho pimples and
Do this; don't look like a fright;
Take Rocky Mountain Tea tonight
Ask your druggist.
J1 rt r
Abusers of Cigarettes, are Plaowi'willi Ex
cessive Liquor UsirtJC
Oshkosh, Wis. tho caOjftSirs. Be
atrlco Tracey, upon wh'osjaftegatlon
that her husband' emoked:iarettC3 to
excers a decree of divorce whl.granted
by Judge Burnell, of thWinnebago
County Circuit Court, hasrattraated
considerable interest In th1sfSlate.Kol
la Tracey Is closely relateTo Eome of
tho wealthiest and oldestr'famllio3 of
tho city. Whllo Jlrs. Tracey 'is now on
ly 20 years old, Bho has been married
seven years, tho couple haying eluded
opposition to tholr marriage by run
ning away. .JjM .
iMrs. Tracey, in her petition, swore
that her hu:band E,mokod"-x;lsarette3
night and day, and tlrattcpntlnual in
dulgence in this habit hadso unfitted
him for business that he' had for four
years failed utterly in tho5rnattor of
supporting her. It had also, she de
clared, rendered him practically a
Judge Burnell said today,that divor
ces have to be granted upon statutory
grounds, and that, while cigarette
smoking is not enumerated'' among
these grounds, exeesslvodrlnldng Is,
and the effect on the jnorpb condition
of the man is much "the same in both
ON HIS DEATH BED
a Passage of Scripture to His
Chambersburg, Pa. Most of the fun
eral arrangements of the "Rev. John
Fohl had been made 'by him as he lay
dying. He chote the singers, those
who should act as pallbearers, tne
preacher to conduct the services and
even the text for tho funeral sermon.
His lastiwords were In explanation of
a verse of Scripture about which his
daughter, Mrs. Susan Hotchkiss. of
Cheshire, Conn., had questioned him
a few days ago. Early In the morning
on the day he died Mrs. Hotchkiss .was
awakened 'by her father's voice. She
ran to his room and heird him re
peating the verse. When he saw her
he began a discourse on the text, but
tho words died away as he 'became
unconscious. In a slrort time his
senses returned, and he continued his
sermon, only to be interrupted again
by the failing of his faculties, and this
alternation continued until his death.
The Rev. 'Mr. Fohl was born In 1815,
and was the oldest minister of the Un
ited Brethren faith in Pennsylvania.
He was a ma of great strength of char
acter and highly esteemed by. those
who knew him be3t.
Appear in Pehfn to Cause Disturbances Dur
By Associated Press.
'Pekin, Feb. 9. The foreign envoys
met this morning to consider the edict
pretented by the Chinese plenipoten
tiaries regarding t!he suspension of ex
aminations for five years and also .the
punishment of officials guilty of not
having suppressed outrages upon for
eigner?. They objected to the wording
of the edict which made it seem that
troubles were entirely due to the ac
tions of native Christians. While sat
isfactory In other respects, It was alter
ed to suit the views of the envoys anJ
then returned to the Chinese plenipo
tentiaries. It is reliably reported that more than
20,000 Mohammedans have re-appeared
in Pekin with the object of creating
disturbances during the Chinese cele
brations at New Years. The Germans
havo accordingly issued orders to their
COST OF WAR
Levy Wants Statement of it Sent to Cuban
By Associated Press.
Washington, D. C. Feb. 9. -Representative
Levy, of New York, intro
duced a resolution In the House auth
orizing the President to appoint a
corammlssion to ascertain the actual
amount of money expended by the Un
ited States In tho prosecution of the
war with Snaln to secure the freedom
and Independence of Cuba, Including
probable pension payments.
The Commission shall leport what
proportion of this total amount shall
be borne by Cuba, to tho President,
who is directed to communicate to the
Constitutional Convention of Cuba,
with the suggestion that It U regard
ed by tho United States as a claim
$500 REWARD 1
, Wo will pay tho above reward for any case of
fjlvcr Complaint, Dyiipepsla, Sick Headache,
Indigestion, constipation or Costlveness wo
cannot cures with Llvcrita, tho Up-To-Dato
Little Liycr Pill, when the directions ire atrlct
iy complied with. They are purely Vegetable,
and never fail to glye satisfaction. 25o boxes
contain 100 Pills, 10a boxes contain 0 Mils. Bo
boxes contain 15 1'llls. Uewaroof substitutions
and Imitations. Bent by mail. Stamps taken.
NEIIVITA HKDIOAL CO, Cor. Clinton tmd
Jackson Bts., Chicago, 111. Sold by
Sold By Benglo & Lytio and A. J.
Richards, Druggists, Marietta, Ohio.
Public Praiso is Public Property
Marietta People kay Profit
by Local Experience.
Grateful people will talk.
Tell tbelr exscrlauco for tho public
Marietta cltlzcn3 pralso Doan's Kid
Kidney sufferers appreciate this.
They find relief for overy kidney ill
Read what this citizen pays:
Mr. J. T. Orkles, of 610 Second
street, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills in
my case proved to bo a remedy that
can !be dependod upon for the cure of
kidney trouble. Their value has not
only boen clearly demonstrated In my
experienco lut also in that of Mrs. Or
kles. I learned of Doan's Kidney Pills
through a friend and procured them at
Wm. H. Styer's drug store, 240 Fron.
street. I gladly recommend them to
others in need of a kidney medicine.
For sale 'by all dealers. Price 6i1
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co, Buffalo.
N. Y., solo a:ent3 for the United
Rememl'pr the name Doan's and
take no other.
J. H HESTON.
1 36 Front Street.
Ir limit TnllorliiK n Spcclnlly,
To Introduce the stylish garments
of a metropolitan merchant tailoring
house, I offer one dozen suits at cost
and carriage, plus one dollar for my
profits. Satisfaction Pitaranteed or no
sale. "First come, first served." Ger
monla guaranteed 8 per cent Invest
ment bonds are selling rapidly. It
will profit you to call and Investigate.
J. H. HESTON.
We have a car of bananas
we will Sell at very low prices,
5 and 10c a doz. Oranges
from 25 to 40c a doz sweet.
Lemons J5c a doz. AH kinds
of homemade candies. All at
low prices. Cocoanuts 5c each.
Cor. Greene and Ohio Streets
and No. 8 Tiber Way.
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AT THE AUDITORIUM FRIDAY
NIGHT, FEBRUARY 15TH.
Hall Oalnc's great play, "The Chris
tian," is universally conceded to be
the strongest dramatic work brought
out on the American stage In the past
twenty years. Although not more than
eighteen months old it has made a for
tune for its manasers, Liebler & Co.,
and for all concerned in the produc
tion. Wall Caine's royalties from It In
America tlone are understood to be
something fabulous. The Liebler man
agement are keeping the production
up to tho 'high standard that marked
its original presentation 'When It was
the successful vehicle for Miss Viola
Allen's stellar debut. The Liehler'J
are Just now the most important pro
ducers of plays In tho United States
controlling as they do more than fif
teen organizations en tour.
Reserved seats will be on sale at
Gates's Book Store Wednesday, Feb
ruary 13th. L. M. LUCHS, Mgr.
MILDRED HPLLAND IN "THE
POWER BEHIND THE THRONE."
The costuming, tho able cast and the
superb acting of the beautiful M13H
Holland was so Instantaneously 'a suc
cess that no former play or star ever
scored tho triumph as did Miss Hol
land and her supporters last night.
Thero have been two actresses Who
havo won favor heretofore In tho
hearts of Troy audiences. Maude Ad
ams and Blancho Walsh, and now wo
can add Mildred Holland to the list, for
there was a marked semblence In hec
acting to that of the other two, in the
purity, sweetness and dramatic power
ot her acting to llvuido Adams, and
tho wonderful uso of hor eyes to
Blancho Walsh. Allia Holland -was
vIbo in the selection of her cast every
member being an individual success,
Troy Standard, Nov. 24, 1900.
Will appear In Marietta soon.
M. Q SEIPEU Mgr.
t. ' -sr
MASON & HAMLIN,
BUSH & GERTS,
STORY AND CLARK,
WILSON 8c YOUNG,
St. Clair Building, Marietta, O.
FRIDAY, FHB. J5TH,
L. M. LUOHS, M'G'R.
THE BIG EVENT
UEBLER Al GO.'S
HALL CAINE'S GREAT PLAY
QU People on tbe Stage gQ
Presented in Marietta with the
attention to detail as marked
the run of the play for J 75
nights in New York.
Prices 81.50, 81.00, 75c and 50c.
Sent sale will begin Wed., Feb. 13th.
Phones, Bell 223, Marietta 189.
Wo have what you want, a big stock
to select from, at prices from 81.25 up.
Gas and combination fixtues every
thing lor convenience or adornment.
All kinds of plumbing neatly and
312 Second Street. Both phones No. 100.
$ $ Your Friend $ $
The Economical Jeweler.
Study tho Economical Problem, and
save monoy by hnvmg your Watch,
Clock nnd Jewelry repairing done here.
Dime Savings Bank Bldg. 114 Front Street.
e textlnt; ami lltting a Six-ciult.
Notice is hereby jrlven that the un
dersigned has thla day filed In Probata
Court, of Washinrton County, Ohio,
his motion praying for an order auth
orizing him to sell, or thorwlse dis
pose of, tho following claims lielong
ing to tho estate of J. K. Ferguson,
deceased, which accrued in tho life
time of said! decedent, and which have
becomo desperate, to-wit: Four cer
tain promissory notes, each drawing
interest at 7 ver cent from date, due
and payable from A. V. Nowhouse.
One for $200.
Ono for $25.00,
Ono for $150.00, and one for $575.00
Said motion will bo for hearing on
tho 18th day of February, 1901.
Dated January 2G. 1901.
HENRY FERGUSON, Administrator
of tho said J. IC- Ferguson, Deceased.
W. E. SYKES, Attorney.
Jan. 27, 3wks-Sun.
1 Norwood Lot 50x150 for $325. Good
location. 7-roomed modem house al
most now for $1700 2 vacant lots on
easy payments $175 each. 10 Shares of
tho capital stock of tbo Sterling Brick
Co. Grocery stock at a Dargain.
Law rent Good trade and fresh stock.
Large lot on car lino, above nlgn wat
er. Paved strcot. $2,300. Several
other properties at good bargains.
W. B. BATTIN, neat lusxnie & upan
Agent, Room 22, SL Stair Building.
0, & L. K. R. R.
Cheap Excursion to Columbus Fob
ruary 11th and 12th, account of the
celebration of Lincoln's Birthday. The
rate -will ibe $4.40 for the round trip.
Tickets good going on above dates,
Returning February 13th. Leave Mar
ietta G:20 a. m. arrive Columbus 11:35
B. & 0. B. "Vv", to Beaumont, Toxni,
la twenty hours.
Our line is the largest in the
city and cannot be matched
for quality of tone and dura
bility. Call and see us and get our
Prices and Terms.
To The Public :
Do not buy a second hand typewriter
without tho serial number.
Wo have the very best in both new
and second hand Smith-Premier ma-
chines. Do not buy untill you have ex
, am lned our stock.
BENH J. FERGUSON, Mgr.
151 Front St.
Old 'Phono 370.
MUSICAL - MOMENTS
Aro the happiest ones of life. Sweet
music from a well-toned instrument is
within the means of any player if this
storo is visited.
Schneider & Alden.
252 FRONT STREET.
Chas. L Pettis & Co.
Produce - Buyers,
Dressed Poultry, Game, Furs,
Eggs and Butter,
204 DUANE STREET,
Write for Our Present Paying Prices
Oct. 17, 1900-lyear.
Win. W. MILLS,
J. S. OOIJIlIjr,,
TIIOB. W. MOOKK,
O. (. J1KST,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY,
Tlii First Annul But
CAPITAL $150,000. SURPLUS. $130,000.
' AVERAGE DEPOSITS $1,200,000.
John Mills, S. B. Kirby, Charles Pen
rose, Thos. W. Moore, Wm. W. Mills.
Notice to The Ladies,
, 7!ha.t..E.I.la3 Unger- th0 we" know.i'
ladles tailor, has Just returned from
Now York and other eastern cities with,
tho latest land newest styles In ladies
tailoring, also with a large assortment
of tho nefwest samples and trimmings
He has also brousht with him a man,
a. ladles tailor of great experience.
Lverybody Is cordially invited to glva
us a visit and see the newest styles for
tho coming spring.
VIENNA LADIES' TAILOR.
292 Front street.
Midwinter Excursions to Washing"
ton and Baltimore. $10.00 for tha
Round Trip, February 7th, valid for re
turn ten days, including dato of eals
0n ih?lBh V,cket8 t0 Baltimore, stoii
S"11,1. "wea at WashinBton in
qywn-wtoWfl'".',i.itii.l,i n .JA.-m,.iH
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